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EU leaders concerned about Brexit negotiations

Negotiations concerning the UK's exit from the EU are moving too slowly. Contingency plans are beginning to emerge.

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According to leaked documents, EU leaders will be sounding alarms due to lacking progress in Brexit negotiations, and they will put forth contingency plans if the UK should leave the EU without an agreement, writes The Independent.

The 27 remaining EU member state government leaders will meet next week with UK Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss the state of Brexit negotiations.

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